Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 18th Apr 2007 19:35 UTC, submitted by Charles A Landemaine
PC-BSD "iXsystems announced an agreement with Adobe Systems that will allow the next version of PC-BSD to have a Flash-enabled browser available on a default installation. The Linux version of Adobe's popular Flash player will run on PC-BSD using FreeBSD's Linux compatibility layer." In other news, snapshots of the development branch of PC-BSD are now available and built three times a week.
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RE[2]: Dont see the point
by SlackerJack on Wed 18th Apr 2007 22:20 UTC in reply to "RE: Dont see the point"
SlackerJack
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2005-11-12

Thats because BSD is not supported, if they forced Adobe to do a native one it would. The fact is that people will have to download plugins anyway for media ans no OS does that out of the box.

If media used a format that every OS can use i.e OGG is free then it would be great but flash out the box is hardly ground breaking.

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